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Melissa Ambrosini is the bestselling author of ‘Mastering Your Mean Girl’, ‘Open Wide’, ‘PurposeFULL’ and ‘Comparisonitis’. Named a 'self-help guru' by Elle Magazine, her mission is to inspire women to create the most exciting and meaningful life possible. Each episode, Melissa brings you inspiring interviews with thought leaders from around the world to shift your mindset, propel you into action, and fuel your soul. Find out more at MelissaAmbrosini.com
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Melissa Ambrosini is the bestselling author of ‘Mastering Your Mean Girl’, ‘Open Wide’, ‘PurposeFULL’ and ‘Comparisonitis’. Named a 'self-help guru' by Elle Magazine, her mission is to inspire women to create the most exciting and meaningful life possible. Each episode, Melissa brings you inspiring interviews with thought leaders from around the world to shift your mindset, propel you into action, and fuel your soul. Find out more at MelissaAmbrosini.com
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    453: How To Break Up With Friends, How To Be A Better Friend & How To Call In More Meaningful Friendships | Erin Falconer

    453: How To Break Up With Friends, How To Be A Better Friend & How To Call In More Meaningful Friendships | Erin Falconer

    What’s the best way to nurture our friendships to ensure they stay healthy and aligned? How can we make new friends as adults, and deepen the connections we already have? And for the love of raw chocolate brownies, WHAT should we do when a friendship turns unhealthy?!
    To answer all these questions, I’m joined by the incredible Erin Falconer, associate psychotherapist and author of one of the best books I’ve ever read about friendship, ‘How To Break-Up With Your Friends’. 
    Tune in to this hugely inspiring episode to hear the crucial qualities of a great friend (and how to be one yourself), why releasing friendships that no longer serve you does NOT have to be a negative experience, how to understand the different levels of friendship (and how to strengthen the most essential ones), the secret to making new friends as an adult, Erin’s wildly effective tips for manifesting new soulies in your life, how to know when it’s time to “break up” with a friend, the must-know parenting principles to set your kids up for a lifetime of strong, safe friendships, and why it’s okay (in fact, why it’s awesome!) to have a tight inner circle of truly aligned friends, rather than a vast network.
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    • 1 hr 8 min
    452: My Biggest Struggle Right Now, Crypto, Nick’s New Music, Why We Sold Our Home, Current Fave Health Hacks & More | Nick & Melissa

    452: My Biggest Struggle Right Now, Crypto, Nick’s New Music, Why We Sold Our Home, Current Fave Health Hacks & More | Nick & Melissa

    Welcome to another epic ‘couples pod’! This time, Nick is joining me behind the mic for a juicy life update.
    We love pulling back the curtains like this, so that we can share what’s been going on behind the scenes, chat about all the new stuff we’ve been testing out in our daily routines, and also dig into the stuff we’ve been reevaluating or even struggling with.
    Tune in to hear about Nick’s exciting new music project ENOBE, how his creative process has evolved, what’s next for us in crypto, the health hack giving us major results (seriously, this one tip alone is a game-changer!), the recipe we’re obsessed with right now, and a slew of outstanding books and podcasts that have rocked our world recently.
    And because life is always a mix of yin and yang (and because transparency is one of our core values), we’re also discussing my inner debate about whether to share our daughter on social media, the limiting thoughts that have been popping up for us, and some exciting news about our home… that led to Nick feeling financially stretched.
    Head to www.melissaambrosini.com/452 for the show notes.
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    • 1 hr
    451: Best Ever Relationship Advice, The Truth About Cheating, How To Save Your Marriage with The Couple’s Whisperer | Bruce Muzik

    451: Best Ever Relationship Advice, The Truth About Cheating, How To Save Your Marriage with The Couple’s Whisperer | Bruce Muzik

    Why is it that the person we love the most can also trigger us the most?! Why is it so easy for relationships to get derailed by petty arguments and bickering? And how can we get back on the same page as our partner, so that we can experience more of that divine, aligned, heart-bursting love and happiness we all dream of?
    To answer these questions, I’m joined by Bruce Muzik — a.k.a. the ‘Couples Whisperer’, a world renowned coach who’s built a reputation as being the guy that marriage therapists refer their toughest clients to.
    Tune in to discover his genius “broken toes” concept (and how Nick and I have used it in our own marriage), the real reason why relationships fall apart, what you should do BEFORE you communicate with your partner, how to get your partner to open up (even if they tend to shut down and withdraw), his personal experience with cheating, a beautiful technique to avoid misunderstandings and silly arguments, how your childhood can be secretly impacting your adult relationships, and the #1 mindset shift that virtually *guarantees* more connection and growth in your relationship.
    Head to www.melissaambrosini.com/451 for the show notes.
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    • 1 hr 3 min
    450: Family Constellation Therapy, Releasing Emotional Baggage & Healing Family Wounds with Sex Love Goop’s Kato Wittich

    450: Family Constellation Therapy, Releasing Emotional Baggage & Healing Family Wounds with Sex Love Goop’s Kato Wittich

    “It didn’t start with me.” That’s the groundbreaking premise behind ‘Family Constellations’. This revolutionary type of therapy is based on the belief that we all unconsciously inherit family patterns that may have been needed for the survival of our family in the past, but that now block us from living the fullest and richest lives that we can. 
    To explain the life-altering magic of this therapy — and to guide us through some powerful at-home exercises — I’m joined by Katarina (‘Kato’) Wittich, a certified Constellations and Rosen practitioner.
    I first encountered Kato’s work on Goop’s Netflix series, and became instantly obsessed. Here, finally, was a way to heal ancestral wounds and release the baggage that so many of us carry around on our backs (often without even realising). I knew I needed to get Kato on the show, and our conversation was every bit as eye-opening and transformative as I’d hoped.
    Tune in to discover how trauma can be passed on through generations, why our emotional and physical health is intrinsically tied to those who came before us, why your lineage does NOT need to hold you hostage to hidden trauma, how somatic work can supercharge the healing of emotional wounds, the daily neurological practices that will rewire your nervous system for peace and healing, and why your relatives don’t need to be present for you to transform your family’s legacy.
    Head to www.melissaambrosini.com/450 for the show notes.
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    • 1 hr 12 min
    449: Dr. Zach Bush On The Profound Truth Of Who You Are, Cellular Spirituality, Supercharging Your Body, Mind & Soul, & The Root Cause Of All Disease

    449: Dr. Zach Bush On The Profound Truth Of Who You Are, Cellular Spirituality, Supercharging Your Body, Mind & Soul, & The Root Cause Of All Disease

    Words can’t quite do this episode justice. You just need to experience the potency and profundity of Dr. Zach Bush MD for yourself — his voice in your earbuds, his wisdom flooding your consciousness, his insights landing with such clarity, it’s as if you’ve just taken off a pair of scratched-up glasses and can finally see the world clearly for the first time.
    I honestly didn’t think it was possible to top his last appearance on the show, but somehow, he did. This is, quite simply, one of the most memorable conversations I’ve ever had — not just on this podcast, but in my entire life.
    In this episode, with thoughtfulness, curiosity and compelling science, Dr. Bush dives deep into the health of humanity, why we need to flood our lives with as much light as possible, and the inherent healing power of this planet we call home. 
    Tune in to discover the profound realisation that’s transformed his spiritual outlook, why the food chain we rely on for nourishment is fundamentally broken, the health blocks that stop so many people from achieving true wellbeing, how to create an inner terrain that allows your microbiome to thrive, the possibilities for a new humanity post-pandemic, the scary truth about soil degradation (and what we can do about it), why your cells are the surprising bridge between the spiritual and physical worlds, and why the answers to our modern lifestyle problems are found in a radical return to nature, beauty, and sustainability.
    Head to www.melissaambrosini.com/449 for the show notes.
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    • 1 hr 27 min
    448: The 36 Life Lessons That Changed EVERYTHING For Me | Melissa Ambrosini

    448: The 36 Life Lessons That Changed EVERYTHING For Me | Melissa Ambrosini

    We’re shaking things up this week! It’s my birthday, which is always a time for deep reflection and introspection. As I complete another trip around the sun, I’ve been contemplating the lessons I’ve learned over the past 36 years that have made the most difference in my life — the stuff that’s *truly* helped me uplevel, create lasting change, and be the best version of myself.
    I’m sharing those life lessons here — all 36 of them, divided into four categories: health, wealth, love and parenthood. Tune in to hear how I prioritise my mental health, why singing is surprisingly good for your nervous system, the money mindset principles that transformed my bank balance, why it’s so essential to get your ‘financial house’ in order to experience true abundance, my #1 technique for next-level relationships, why self-care is ESPECIALLY important when you’re a parent, the ‘mama mantra’ I swear by, why it’s so essential to figure out your purpose in this life, and why we are ALL miracles (yep — that includes you, beautiful!).
    These 36 lessons have made such an incredible difference to every part of my life — my mindset, marriage, parenting, friendships, finances, energy, wellbeing… all of it. 
    Even implementing just ONE of these lessons has the power to radically influence how you feel in your day to day life. So buckle up, pop in those earbuds, and press play — if you want to be the best version of yourself, this one’s for you.
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